The Voyage of Windbird


Mark and Judy Handley aren't just sailing around the world, they are exploring the world as sailors. See the sailing logs and photos from all four years of their completed voyages.

Day 129, Year 11: A New Home . . . for now
by Administrator over 2 years ago
Day 128, Year 11: Back Home with the Goldstones
by Administrator over 2 years ago

The World Tour


Alex and Taru began their sailing adventure in October of 2010. Climb on board and discover new foods, new cultures and laugh with them as they discover life at anchor.

sign of spring
by noreply@blogger.com (World Tour Stories) over 4 years ago
go vego
by noreply@blogger.com (World Tour Stories) over 4 years ago

Official Jessica Watson Blog


Jessica is an Australian teen who, as of January 2011, is on a quest to become the youngest solo sailer to circumnavigate the globe. Jessica's blog contains the news and challenges she overcomes during her adventure.

over 4 years ago

S.V. Red Sky


John and Lean have been sailing in Mexico. Swing by their blog to see photos, meet the locals, and get a taste of the local flora and fauna.



Dave and Jan have been sailing the oceans blue since the late 80's. Check out their photos, stories, and keep abreast of their current adventures on this resourceful blog.

Proper Course


Tillerman spends his free time perfecting the art of sailing a Laser as quickly as possible. Check out his blog for mishaps and tips to trim your sails and catch more wind.

Sailing Without My Trousers
by Tillerman over 2 years ago
New Age Junior Sailing
by Tillerman over 2 years ago

Sailing, Simplicity and the Pursuit of Happiness


Join Teresa's experiences as a teacher turned livaboard. Teresa describes life on a boat with an enthusiasm that will make you want to quit your day job and take charge of the tiller.

Our Journey Looking for the Right Boats
by Ben Eriksen over 4 years ago
Whats More Exciting than a Boat?
by Teresa Carey over 4 years ago

Clay Johnson Sailing


Clay Johnson has formed an Olympic team. He sails for competition. Check out his concise and informative blog on the competitive sailing circuit.

Orange Coffee Pot Regatta
by clay about 4 years ago
Sailing Away and Cruising to the Jackpot: Hitting it Big on the Cruise
by clay over 4 years ago

Keep Turning Left


This self-proclaimed middle oriented man has decided to explore every inch of coastline in around Great Britain. Read his blog for anecdotes and tips about his adventures in the frigid UK waters.

O Dock


Have you ever dreamed of sailing in under the San Francisco bridge? This blog is by a veteran sailor living live and loving sailing in the San Francisco Bay.

No Particular Reason
by noreply@blogger.com (O Docker) over 4 years ago
Merry Crustacean
by noreply@blogger.com (O Docker) over 4 years ago

Sailfast 13


Most of us consider Bahama a place to go for vacation, but this young blogger is a native and he loves to get his sail on. Read this blog to watch Brent gain his salts as a sailor and learn about the Bahama waters as well.

Harbor Cup. Quantum J70 Winter Series. Charleston Race Week.
by Brent J. Burrows II over 4 years ago
Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup 2014
by Brent J. Burrows II over 4 years ago

Out of Bounds


This travel blog explores retired life on a sailboat, cruises through tropical waters and wandering warm sandy beaches.

Just A Repositioning Cruise
by Marg about 3 years ago
Last Anchorage this season
about 3 years ago

Abby's Blog


Abby is the youngest person to sail solo around the world. She embarked upon her journey in January of 2010, blogging through the trip, and although she's completed her quest, she continues to write about her love of sailing.

Skylark, Sailing Adventures on a Cal 34


Details the adventures of a couple refitting a 1968 Cal 34 and sailing down the U.S. East Coast, Florida, Bahamas and eventually the Caribbean.

Well, I am (almost) back...
by Skylark about 4 years ago
Curiosity Killed the Cat
by Tofu over 4 years ago

Sailor Rob


Voyaging across the Pacific in a classic 1957 mahogany sloop.

Sundowner Sails Again


Tate and Dani are refitting a 1974 Westsail 32' to prepare her for her 4th Curcumnavigation around Jan 1st 2015. It all begins in New Orleans, La.

Stern arch or boomkin tower
by Tate about 4 years ago
Replacing ancient Nicro Dorades with Air-Only Dorades
by Tate over 4 years ago



After freezing in Alaska for two years and getting rained on in Portland, Oregon for five, we have finally realized our dream of buying a sailboat and heading south. Thanksgiving 2011 we moved aboard Camille. Mike and Verena are currently cruising Mexico with plans to head west.



We are a family of three that have been sailing for three years and just added our newest crew in January